They then tell you which of your contacts they "think you should date." There isn't a lot of information available to you, and as far as I know, there's no way to choose which aspects are important to you.If you prefer simplicity or you don't know what exactly you're looking for in a person, POF's style may suit you.I've managed profiles with cool usernames (Steve Mc Dream). Not to mention it uses alliteration as a stylistic device, containing repeated sound of the first letter across both words. If true to his name, captain obvious isn't telling us anything we can't already see from his bulging mirror gym pics.
Other differences: Ok C has a much more attractive and user-friendly interface.
It's just easier to use and it looks so much nicer.
One does not have to be gainfully employed, approved for a credit card, or even in the same country to masquerade as your next perfect match.
My male friends in particular have narrowly escaped being victims of scams involving people from other countries (escape is thanks to the voice of reason-me-saying “There’s no way a woman that hot would be emailing you”).
For me, that information was indispensable for identifying potential deal-breakers quickly and assessing the likelihood of getting along with someone.